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My favorite scene from MIB

Five hundred were '.' 'l oua, knew the Earth
was flat, and fifteen minutes ago, you knew
that 'rtt' iciest were alone on '. -.
engine what you' ll know tomorrow:
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#19 - blckmamba (07/03/2013) [-]
he did learn more... feels.jpg
#182 to #19 - nymikemet (07/04/2013) [-]
I cried a little at the end. awesome movie though.
and i bring back supposedly dead memes whenever i want
User avatar #25 to #19 - gobnick (07/03/2013) [-]
my god that movie was amazing, it made up for the second one in my opinion. that ending had me almost in tears
#48 to #25 - blckmamba (07/03/2013) [-]
I agree. I cried like a little bitch.
I agree. I cried like a little bitch.
#181 to #48 - anon (07/04/2013) [-]
you are my little bitch
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#195 to #143 - anon (07/04/2013) [-]
I'm glad I never need to watch that again.
#1 - potatophucker (07/03/2013) [-]
Will smith thread?    
will smith thread.
Will smith thread?

will smith thread.
#17 to #7 - madcore (07/03/2013) [-]
Please reconsider your PRYORities...
#11 to #1 - killerofmuffins (07/03/2013) [-]
i have a few
i have a few
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User avatar #42 to #18 - thistownneedsguns (07/03/2013) [-]
dem feels
#64 to #18 - ZenMacros (07/03/2013) [-]
dat episode
#79 to #18 - xsnowbanex (07/03/2013) [-]
Aww 			****		 man. that episode. I 			******		 teared up and 			****		...
Aww **** man. that episode. I ****** teared up and **** ...
User avatar #106 to #79 - lightshadow (07/03/2013) [-]
I din't watch it, what happen
User avatar #115 to #106 - xsnowbanex (07/03/2013) [-]
He was talking about his dad... and how his dad never wanted to see him. It was so ****** sad man
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#10 to #5 - superhoody (07/03/2013) [-]
I got this!
I got this!
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User avatar #23 - galgawine (07/03/2013) [-]
Fun Fact: In Tolkien Mythology, Middle-Earth used to be flat but was made spherical by the Gods after they removed themselves and their island home from the physical world.
#136 - nighthawxx (07/04/2013) [-]
why kids love the taste of cinnamon toast crunch?
User avatar #8 - imakejewburgers (07/03/2013) [-]
People have known that the earth was spherical for thousands of years though.
User avatar #20 to #8 - freakyorange (07/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, but the church beat it out of people in the dark ages, so we had to rediscover it.
User avatar #68 to #20 - jouten (07/03/2013) [-]
Nah not really. People simply discussed it in the past and wondered what a spherical world would mean (note that they had no concept of Gravity back then), but today's belief that the church "burned anyone who thought the earth was round" is just ridiculous, it never happened. People just philosophized over the true shape of the earth, like there were people who theorized that the Earth was wheel shaped or that the earth was spiral shaped. Similar to how people today discuss wether the universe is spherical, spiral, flat, multidimensional etc. Maybe in the future when they know the true shape of the universe kids will laugh at us for thinking the universe was a ball (even if not everyone believed that, but they will be told "1000 years ago everyone thought, the Universe was a ball!" and even though, although we theoretically discussed and debated it, we, as regulars, really don't care what shape the universe has, because it makes no difference to our lifes.
Truth is, the christian church actually helped spread the idea of the spherical world.
User avatar #49 to #8 - kuchikirukia ONLINE (07/03/2013) [-]
Darwinian evolution and the Earth being a tad older than 6000 years aren't new either. Doesn't stop conservatives from honestly thinking Creationism should be taught as fact.
There does tend to be a distinct gap between the intellectual elite and the masses.
User avatar #9 to #8 - Blarge **User deleted account** (07/03/2013) [-]
thank you. I don't understand why people bitch about it the flat earth theory was made by a bunch of crazy people trying to discredit the religious
User avatar #29 to #9 - YllekNayr (07/03/2013) [-]
There are much fewer people complaining about the flat earth theory than the geocentric model theory.
User avatar #16 to #8 - vladhellsing (07/03/2013) [-]
There are a few stubborn Flat Earthers left, but don't worry. Lord Darwin will sort them out.
User avatar #38 to #16 - mads (07/03/2013) [-]
How many people in the flat earth society do you think actually believe the earth is flat? and how many of them just wanted the certificate
User avatar #76 - icameheretotroll (07/03/2013) [-]
Everything is in the center of the observable universe
#82 to #76 - hiddenmastermind ONLINE (07/03/2013) [-]
everything is the center from it's perspective of the universe. I think minutephysics covered it
#85 - anon (07/03/2013) [-]
Does anyone remember the scene in Fresh Prince where his dad left him again and Will Smith had the breakdown on set and changed the entire scene? That man is a brilliant actor.
#114 to #85 - stopsdropsand (07/03/2013) [-]
You mean the most reposted tv scene ever on the comments section? You mean the scene that was just reposted as comment #18 on this very content? I don't remember that scene.
#32 - azinfoo (07/03/2013) [-]
Scientifically speaking, the Earth IS the center of the universe. This is known as the "cosmological principle". The Big Bang did not happen in a specific point in the universe, it happened EVERYWHERE. Likewise, as the universe's expansion is happening everywhere at the same time, not from one specific place.

Therefore, no matter where you are in the universe, you are at the exact center all the time.
#121 to #32 - dagreja (07/03/2013) [-]
Kinda right, kinda wrong. There is theoretically a center of the universe, singular, but we are unable to find it since from any point in the universe, every other point is moving away from you, so it seems like you are the center.
#123 to #121 - azinfoo (07/03/2013) [-]
So then how would one determine where the center is?
#127 to #123 - dagreja (07/03/2013) [-]
That's just it. We have no way of finding the center with our current knowledge. The only reason we know that the universe is expanding is because of Hubble's work with redshift. And using redshift to find the center of the universe is impossible, since in every direction from any point in the universe(excluding the edges), everything is moving away from you. You can make a visual of it by drawing a dot on a balloon, and then six dots around the center dot. When you blow up the balloon, each dot gets farther away from every single other dot.
#177 to #127 - azinfoo (07/04/2013) [-]
Exactly. The universe is expanding in all directions equally. So what I'm asking is, what would make the center the center? What attributes does that specific location in space have that the rest of the universe lacks?
#149 to #127 - anon (07/04/2013) [-]
How can one say that there is a singular center? Just as blowing up the balloon goes, no point on the surface of that balloon is the center of the balloon (in case of mere analogy). It's that *every* point is no more the center of the universe than any other.
User avatar #168 to #32 - averagesizedpenis (07/04/2013) [-]
Wait, I thought the Big Bang happened at a single point. I'm not looking to argue; I just want an explanation.
User avatar #39 to #32 - viscerys (07/03/2013) [-]
That makes me feel all warm and fuzzy and happy.
User avatar #41 to #32 - Funnel (07/03/2013) [-]
The "fact" that the universe do not have a centre does not mean that everywhere is the centre.

If the steering wheel of my car is not made of chocolate, is my entire car made of chocolate? No.

Also, it is not proven that the universe do not have a centre, we cannot see far enough to say with 100% certainty even tho it is the most common belief among scientists.
No one knows how the universe really looks, for all we know the earth is the centre, but the odds of that are almost infinitely small.
#94 to #41 - subversive (07/03/2013) [-]
That is the worst ******* analogy I have ever heard. Also does* regarding your first sentence.
User avatar #100 to #94 - Funnel (07/03/2013) [-]
It might sound silly, but it applies the same exact logic, 100% the same.
#104 to #100 - subversive (07/03/2013) [-]
The other person was saying the big bang happened everywhere at once and expanded outward in all directions so everywhere could be thought of as the origin point of the big bang and therefore the center of the universe. One part of a car being made of chocolate doesn't relate at all. It's not about one piece of the universe being arbitrarily labeled "center" as you have arbitrarily labeled the steering wheel "chocolate" it's about the point of origin of the creation of the universe.
User avatar #111 to #104 - Funnel (07/03/2013) [-]
You´re not getting it mate. He is saying there is no centre therefor everywhere is the centre, thats the same as saying my steering wheel is not made of chocolate therefor everything is made of chocolate. The logic is exactly the same.

Point of origin has nothing to do with the centre of something. If I blow a big bubble gum bubble, the point of origin of that bubble is my mouth, yet the centre of the bubble is right in the middle of the bubble, not in my mouth. And also, just because I cannot see inside the bubble, does not mean it doesn't have a centre, it just means the centre is unknown, just as the size of the universe is unknown. No person in the world knows how big the universe is, if it is infinite or finite, what shape it might have, how many dimensions there are, if there are more than 1 universe, no one knows therefor saying it is a scientific fact that there is no centre is incorrect.
User avatar #174 to #104 - deathstare (07/04/2013) [-]
Hold on, help me out here. Scientists agree that the big bang happened everywhere at once, yet the universe is expanding? If the big bang had no point of origin, how could the universe continue expanding? Are we saying there are multiple big bangs? Or are we saying that the big bang was large enough to cover every part of the universe, in it's entirety? How I see it, if you drop a pebble (big bang) into a bowl of water (pre-existant universe) the ripple would be the universe expansion. But for the pebble to originate everywhere, there would be no room for ripple expansion.

Are there any documents that can help me with this problem?
#211 to #174 - anon (07/10/2013) [-]
The problem you have conceptualizing this is that you are thinking about space existing prior to the big bang. There WAS no "pre-existant universe" in which the ripples in your analogy would expand. There is no "place" outside the universe. The big bang by definition included every place in Universe because it was the expansion of said Universe starting from a single point.
User avatar #212 to #211 - deathstare (07/11/2013) [-]
Yes, but a single point of what? If the single point existed, then there would be an existence outside of the universe for that point to be existent as well. Of course, you'll never know this because you are anon and don't get alerts.
#51 to #41 - xxitzchubbsxx (07/03/2013) [-]
i don't know much about space or anything but isn't space possibly infinite?
Which means that you can infinitely go in every direction? Which makes sense to think that everything in the universe is the center.
User avatar #54 to #51 - Funnel (07/03/2013) [-]
There is no proof that space is infinite.
But if it was infinite, everywhere would not be the centre, there would be no centre. Something that is infinitely large cannot have a centre.
#110 to #54 - spoonnome (07/03/2013) [-]
Well, what about numbers? If you count from every single number on either side of a number line, the centre would be at 0 wouldn't it?
#113 to #110 - xxitzchubbsxx (07/03/2013) [-]
that was pretty much what i was getting at thanks
User avatar #118 to #110 - Funnel (07/03/2013) [-]
You mean if you count in a straight line infinitely? If you count from 0 to 10, 0 would be the origin, 5 would be the centre, 10 would be the end. If you start at 0 and just keep counting and counting 0 would be the point of origin but not necessarily the centre. If space has a finite size it also has a shape, for the origin to be the centre is has to be perfect in shape and there is no guarantee that space is perfectly round or perfectly square like a cube for example if it has a shape, it could look like a random splat, in which the point of origin would not be the centre. Imagine you´re making pancakes in a pan, if you poor the pancake mix in the same exact spot the entire time(spot of origin), but 2/3 of the mix goes to the right and 1/3 of the mix goes to the left, then the point of origin is not the centre, the centre is to the right of the point of origin.

And if you go by the notion that space is indeed infinite, then there cannot be a centre, because a centre would require a location and infinite space has no locations, matter has distance between each other thus matter has locations relative to each other unlike infinite space, thus using the word centre when talking about infinite space is moot.

But my comment was on how his logic was flawed, he have greatly misunderstood the cosmological principle.
#199 to #118 - azinfoo (07/04/2013) [-]
Let's relate the universe to a number line. Let us assume that Einstein is correct and the universe is infinite, then we shall assume our number line ranges from negative infinity to infinity. Logically, you might say that the center is zero, however, this is not entirely correct.

Zero is indeed the center because you may go infinitely to the left and infinitely to the right. But you can pick any other number arbitrarily and it will also be the center because there is infinity to the left and infinity to the right of the number, it's always equal.

You cannot say that there is no center on the line simply because you cannot definitively pinpoint the center. Every location on the line is the center and it is the same with space.
#125 to #118 - spoonnome (07/03/2013) [-]
Well, in the case for space yes. Although I believe that the universe has a shape, but if we were to travel to the end of the earth (say we could) and go a little further, that we would be expanding the size of the universe.
#116 to #54 - azinfoo (07/03/2013) [-]
To say that there is no proof that space is infinite is to say that there is no proof of evolution.

They're both theories but they both have much evidence to support them.
User avatar #126 to #116 - Funnel (07/03/2013) [-]
You can't really compare the size of the universe to evolution as there is no scientific reason to believe evolution didn't happen. Yet scientists see reasons for the universe to be infinite and reasons to be finite, the idea of a torus universe or a multiverse or a flat universe etc. etc. all have valid theories.
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#103 - anonymoose ONLINE (07/03/2013) [-]
People knew the earth wasn't round long before we thought it was the centre of the universe. Plato taught round earth and he was 427–347 BC.
#88 - shroomftw (07/03/2013) [-]
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#86 to #83 - shatt (07/03/2013) [-]
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#40 - JASEYBOIONE (07/03/2013) [-]
Literally JUST finished watching this film... I love it!

Random Coincidence, also pic unrelated
#69 - kanatana ONLINE (07/03/2013) [-]
**kanatana rolled a random image posted in comment #12 at Growing up bitter ** That's pretty damn cool. I love this movie.
#37 - Spikeydeath (07/03/2013) [-]
Anyone else excited for the undead mib move?
#56 to #37 - anon (07/03/2013) [-]
It looks like **** to me.
User avatar #62 to #56 - darthblam (07/03/2013) [-]
Ryan Reynolds and ******* Jeff Bridges?
"looks **** to me" my ass.

But yeah, spikeydeath, the movie totally just looks like an undead MiB.. heh.
#58 to #56 - Spikeydeath (07/03/2013) [-]
to each his own
User avatar #50 to #37 - superhoody (07/03/2013) [-]
Are you talking about the R.I.P.D.? I think the trailers look pretty sweet.
#52 to #50 - Spikeydeath (07/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, thats it. It looks ******* sick
User avatar #72 to #52 - faithrider (07/03/2013) [-]
it looks hilarious.
"you don't look like you"
"who do i look like?" *shows his new license* "I LOOK LIKE AN OLD CHINESE DUDE??? what do you look like?"
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